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With telecommuting continuing to rise, and with more jobs requiring after-hours attention, showcasing your home’s “home office” can help it show better with a prospective home buyer.
It’s wise to have your kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms show well, but a great-looking home office can make a huge impact and help you sell your home more quickly.
Here are a few tips to helping your home office shine :
Whether it’s a spare bedroom or a computer nook, specify a separate place at which business is done. Make sure the area has enough room to set up a desk, a chair, a computer and a printer without making it look messy or cramped.
A clean and orderly home office shows better than a messy one. To help your home office look its best to potential buyers, get rid of clutter and only retain the essentials. Use drawers and shelves effectively.
Don’t break the bank in furnishing your home office. Consider ready-to-assemble furniture as an inexpensive, good-looking option. Buy the necessities, then use leftover, budgeted funds for office supplies such as computer paper, pens, and a cork board, for example.
Once your home office is properly outfitted, add some decorative style. Hang artwork. Add a few plants. But, remember to keep it simple and neutral so that potential buyers can easily imagine the space as their own home office.
Few people think of the importance of a home office when preparing their Bellevue home for sale. But, because so many people work from home these days, a dedicated home office space can be a great selling point.
If you’re ready to buy a home and have questions about mortgages, Sammamish Mortgage can help. We are a local mortgage company based in Bellevue, Washington that serves the entire state, as well as the broader Pacific Northwest, and has been doing so since 1992. Our mortgage experts will help you choose which one of our mortgage programs is right for you. Contact us today with any queries you have about mortgages.
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